Thank you for your post.
Yes, the server.pem file applies to both Mac and Windows. With Windows, the file is located in the FileMaker Pro folder, where on the Mac, the file is located in the application bundle.
Go to one of the Macs where FileMaker Pro is working properly and right-click (control-click) on the FileMaker Pro application icon. Select "Show Package Contents", and a new window will open. Open the "Contents" folder, and open the "MacOS" folder. Copy the server.pem file and take it to the Mac with the problem FileMaker Pro. Replace the server.pem file on that copy of FileMaker Pro with the one you copied.
Now, launch FileMaker Pro on the new machine and select "Open Remote..." You should now be able to see the other files.
If this doesn't work, please let me know.
Thanks for the tip, interesting to see there are files on a Mac one doesn't know about :-)
Yes, all working fine again now!
Your help is much appreciated. Gabriela
I think I am on that same path but i do not have a mac with the working server.pem file. i have tried to reinstall the entire program. Did it. but still the Host will not share the list of files (like it does for other macs (Another user sent me a screen shot... they see the files)